Domino Printing Sciences


Since 1978, Domino Printing Sciences (Domino) has established a global reputation for the development and manufacture of coding, marking, and printing technologies, as well as its worldwide aftermarket products and customer services.

Domino employs over 3,000 people worldwide and sells to more than 120 countries through a global network of 29 subsidiary offices and more than 200 distributors. Domino’s manufacturing facilities are located in China, Germany, India, Sweden, Switzerland, UK, and the USA.

Domino became an autonomous division within Brother Industries Ltd. on 11th June 2015. Brother Industries Limited is a public company based in Nagoya Japan and is listed on the Japanese Stock Exchange (6448:Tokyo).


Articles from Domino Printing Sciences

Domino Celebrates Production of 1000th R-Series Machine Vision Inspection System

Domino Printing Sciences (Domino), the trusted global provider of complete variable data printing solutions, is celebrating a production milestone with Domino Group Company Lake Image Systems: shipping its 1000th R-Series machine vision inspection system.


Domino Launches Solutions for Automated Product Printing and Label Verification

As legislation surrounding the labelling of consumer products becomes stricter, ensuring efficiency and accuracy in product identification operations has never been more important, but product printing errors due to inefficient processes and overreliance on human labour continue to be a significant issue.


Domino Launches New Thermal Inkjet Solution for Flexible Packaging Applications

For simple printed text codes and small-sized 2D codes, Domino’s new TIJ into TTO solution with the Domino Gx-Series range offers the same code quality afforded by TTO solutions while delivering significant cost and waste savings, as inefficient ribbon usage in standard TTO printers can drive up overall cost and waste per print. Domino’s TIJ into TTO solution with the Domino Gx-Series range also provides benefits in reduced downtime requirements for consumables changes and machine intervention due to ribbon breakages.


Combatting Medical Device Counterfeits with 2D Codes – Taking Serialisation Beyond EU MDR Compliance

Medical devices are an extremely broad category, covering everything from bandages and personal protective equipment (PPE) to pacemakers and ventilators. The consequences of using counterfeit medical devices can also vary greatly, from sub-optimal performance or improper function to causing severe harm to end users.


Are you ready for the Food Safety Modernization Act 204?

Section 204 of the FDA Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA 204), “Requirements for Additional Traceability Records for Certain Foods”, adds traceability record-keeping requirements for businesses that manufacture, process, pack, or hold certain high-risk food products.


Why Does Packaging Matter? How Ecommerce is Driving the Growth of Digital Printing for Packaging

Digital printing is a growing segment and is expected to account for almost a quarter of the global value of the print and printed packaging market by 2032 , but what is driving this growth? In this blog, we will explore how consumer trends are shaping the digital printed packaging industry and how ecommerce platforms are leading the way.


Domino Opens New Print and Apply Knowledge Centre for Enhanced Customer Testing and Support

Domino Printing Sciences, the global expert in variable data printing solutions, is pleased to announce the opening of its new Print and Apply Knowledge Centre.


Dispelling the Myths of Digital Corrugated Printing

Ben Ginesi, European Sales Manager – Digital Corrugated Packaging at Domino, sets out to dispel some common misconceptions about digital corrugated printing.


Domino Wins Global Change Awards for its Future-Ready Leadership

Domino Printing Sciences (Domino), the global expert in variable data printing, is proud to announce it has been awarded first place in the internationally recognised Change Awards’ ‘Future-Ready Leadership’ category, for its robust and sustainable approach to managing change across its entire business.


Capturing Consumer Feedback: Harnessing the Benefits of Smart Packaging in Product Development

Within a fast-paced retail market, brands need to support fast response times to capitalise on emerging trends, and capture real-time consumer feedback to quickly ascertain a product’s success. This is where variable data printing can make a real difference to new product development, as Russell Weller, Head of Product – DP Colour, Domino explains.


Design for Sustainability: Crafting More Sustainable Ecommerce Packaging

In the last few decades, amid increasing consumer and governmental concerns around the impact of packaging waste, large global brands have ramped up commitments to sustainability alongside new regulations necessitating changes to product packaging designs.


Domino and Intrex Deliver Integrated Traceability Solution for Aspen Pharmaceutical Manufacturer

Domino Printing Sciences (Domino) has helped to deliver a fully integrated, high-speed serialised coding solution for Aspen pharmaceutical manufacturer’s bottle filling and packaging line in Bad Oldesloe, Germany. The bespoke solution, which includes Domino’s V320i thermal transfer overprinter (TTO) and U510 UV laser, provides fully integrated high-speed traceability coding, alongside automated machine vision and rejection.


Overcoming Consumer Fatigue and Increasing Brand Relevance with QR codes Powered by GS1

Amidst growing consumer fatigue with ‘brand noise’ and a constantly evolving consumer value equation, brand owners must adjust how they communicate through accessible, relevant, and to-the-point content.


The Evolution of Packaging: Connecting with Consumers through Digital Content

In this blog, we delve into how packaging design has evolved to place consumer appeal front and centre, and how 100 years on, with technology at everyone’s fingertips, connected packaging features, such as QR codes, can take brand-consumer interaction to a new level.


Domino’s X630i Corrugated Press Delivers “Everyday Digital” Packaging Success for Independent II

Corrugated converter, Independent II, has praised Domino Printing Sciences as the ‘partner’ of choice for converters setting out on their digital printing journey. The recent installation of a Domino X630i digital corrugated press has allowed the company to offer profitable short- and medium-run market opportunities to its brand customers, facilitating new business innovation while maximising productivity and efficiency.